Miniterm portable computer terminal

The "Miniterm" portable computer terminal was produced by Computer Devices Incorporated of Burlington, MA. The Miniterm had a 64k processor with 32k RAM and included a modem acoustic coupler, and an 80-column thermal printer that could produce 50 characters per second. Programs were developed in Basic or in Motorola 6800 assembly language on a companion unit.

The "Miniterm" was donated by Mr. Richard Diamond and his daughter Claire of Watertown Massachessetts. The devise was used at Interactive Data Corporation during the 1980's.

"Miniterm" portable computer terminal by Computer Devices Inc. of Burlington Ma. 01803